The Causes Of Happiness: Happiness, Really?

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Happiness, Really? Humans, though not all the same, have rudimentary needs and emotions that are necessary in life in order to successfully function. A healthy life requires happiness as a basic for psychological and physical soundness. Pleasure visibly, spiritually, and somatically makes a person. Without it in a person’s life, areas such as diseases, stress, pain and even death can onset sooner and takeover, when they could have been at least somewhat prevented in the first place. Happiness is the cause for a greatly increased quality of life; the effects of happiness improve the longevity, peace, and ultimate sweetness in a person. Through deep analysis of what happiness is and its results, it can be summarized on a universal scale as…show more content…
The emotion, first, is relative to each different person. Certain progressions must be reached in an individual in order to be considered and defined as happy. The International Journal of Indian Psychology affirms in its publication “Happiness as Correlates of Mental Well-Being,” “Happy people have more self-esteem, sense of control optimism and sense of purpose derived from having goals” (Rahmen, Ansari, and Parveen 158). Unfortunately, not all people are blessed with these assurances and find it hard to uncover happiness within their life. With all of this being aforementioned, joyfulness is still reachable in all people. The research study further reveals that there is an important “correlation between happiness and general health outcomes such as commitment to have higher level of physical exercise, healthy sleeping pattern, healthy diet and commitment to keep away from smoking or drinking alcohol (Blood Worth and McNamee, 2007)” (Rahman, Ansari, and Parveen 161-162). From the above relations, it is easily evident that prosperity and not debasing oneself are linked to happiness. All the way from mental health and wellness to radiance and glowing on the outside, the deep satisfaction and contentment is what happiness…show more content…
A particular news magazine edition of the “Happiness & Health” section of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health website published a summary on the extensive investigations and analyses of degrading and uplifting emotions, their associations with biotic consequences in daily life - such as stress, and how health is a contribution from these capacities. Scientific experiments in the magazine article were reviewed on the work of researchers like “Laura Kubzanzky, Harvard School of Public Health associate professor of society, human development, and health…” who concluded from the widespread studying of people such as “6,000 men and women aged 25 to 74 for 20 years” that “emotional vitality – a sense of enthusiasm, of hopefulness, of engagement in life, and the ability to face life’s stresses with emotional balance – appears to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease” (Rimer and Drexler 2). The compilation of data and analysis, which commenced in 2007, brewed the ideal that , indefinitely, success with emotions spawns strength in quality of life and decreased the potential for cardiac problems. Further stress testing done by Kubzanzky on a group of people committing to a Craigslist advertisement to become testees, found through much heart and blood related recording on strain-encouraging tasks that “psychological states such as anxiety or
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